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Bail Bond Contingencies

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

While bail bonds offer more flexibility and are more affordable than cash bail, there are a few extra contingencies attached to bail bonds than cash bail.

With cash bail, the defendant has to stay out of trouble, show up for court, and if applicable, obey curfew, travel restrictions, restraining orders, or attend classes.

With bail bonds, all of the above still apply, but the defendant will also have to make sure payments are made on time and in-full. They will also may need to pledge collateral and get a loved one to co-sign the bail bond.

Though there are a few extra steps involved with using bail bonds, they are far more flexible and accommodating, which is why more people typically choose to post bail with bail bonds, even if they can afford cash bail.

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The Gift of Freedom and a Happy Holiday Season

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

In need of an unbelievable gift for a certain someone in jail this year? How about their freedom? Do not worry about the high cost of their cash bail, go the bail bond route instead, and San Pedro Bail Bond Store can help get this gift for you.

Instead of paying 100% of the cash bail, you will be paying only 10% of the full bail amount, and you get a customized payment plan to go along with it. San Pedro Bail Bond Store works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays. The moment you know you need a bail bond, please contact San Pedro Bail Bond Store for a free consultation and to get started on the paperwork. We promise we will get your loved one bailed out of jail ASAP, so he or she can be home for the holidays.

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T!

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

San Pedro Bail Bond Store

You may not have to like the police, but you sure as heck better respect them. They have tough jobs and hold quite a bit of authority and power. One wrong move can cause them to think twice about you. Don’t want trouble with the police? Just respect them.

Part of respecting police includes knowing how to conduct yourself when you are in their presence. They tell you to put your hands where they can see them: do it. That’s respect. They ask you an innocent question: answer it. In the middle of a heated conversation and they angrily shout at you to calm down: do it. That’s respect. Your cooperation, even if you guys have been yelling at each other, is respect.

What happens if you do not comply with the officer’s requests? They can arrest you. Throw you in jail. Make you face a trial...